From Australia News in Brief

Peter Dutton warned that Chinese military exercises "could turn into an incursion tomorrow" amid a "very real" threat to the region.

NSW Treasurer Matt Kean elected unopposed as Deputy Liberal Party Leader

Gladys Berejiklian has spoken openly about her transition to the private sector amid no intention of returning to politics

Chinese Ambassador to Canberra blames Australian media for 'harming relationship' between two countries

Public display of Nazi symbols banned in NSW

Council strengthens its commitment to working with local Aboriginal community

Independent expert panel to lead NSW government’s industry policy white paper

NSW Premier says resignation letter penned by former building commissioner sent to ICAC

$1.27 Million to bolster energy storage in the Hunter

Expanding the Dust Diseases Scheme and protecting worker entitlements

Government bill to ban Nazi symbols passes Lower House

Have your say on the Mental Health Line

Funding to enhance University Collaboration more

The General Sports Authority is working on developing a new strategy in cooperation between the public and private sectors to promote...

"The new strategy aims to develop the Kuwaiti sports sector at the regional and international levels" – Minister Al-Mutairi more

Ambassador Al-Sabbagh discussed with the President ways of developing relations between Kuwait and Vietnam

Kuwait Amb. presents credentials to Vietnam pres. more

Push grows for UN to look into Beirut Port blast on second anniversary of tragedy

“This tragedy constituted one of the largest non-nuclear explosions in recent memory …” a joint statement by six experts.

“No-one is above the law.” Lebanon President Michel Aoun

“To turn the page and rebuild themselves, the Lebanese need to know the truth.” French President Emmanuel Macron

Australian mother and UN worker Sarah Copland asking Australian PM Anthony Albanese to push the world body for a fully independent investigation into the blast. more

“The project is one of the vital value-added initiatives that help achieve the ministry's vision of investing in the field of fish farming…

RO 10m Omani abalone farming project launched in Mirbat more

China blames Australia as Taiwan row explodes

“We’re still probably a long way away from war, but war got closer, more possible, more imaginable,” Sheridan wrote. more

The opening ceremony was held under the patronage and presence of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

Kuwait Amir Rep. attends Islamic solidarity games opening in Turkey more

Sultanate of Oman retains its traditional charm and natural beauty with a modern face

Oman ranked seventh best tourist destination more

Minister Hajjar: "The Syrian ambassador did not criticize, but rather explained the words ..., and the clarification is normal."
Aoun chairs meeting addressing return of displaced Syrians more

Palestinians say ceasefire talks under way

Oman expressed its condemnation and denunciation of the attacks staged by Israeli occupation forces against Gaza Strip. more

From Australia News in Brief

Israel and Palestinians agree to ceasefire after Gaza attacks over last three days left 43 people dead and hundreds injured

Peter Dutton urges Albanese Government to acquire military 'deterrent' as he warns of conflict amid China-Taiwan tensions

Rate hikes hurting auctions as buyers shun fixer-uppers

Hundreds of projects worth $7.8 billion in the running for Westinvest funding

Growing community set to have a new primary school

Grants awarded to reduce the impact of cervical cancer in aboriginal communities

In memory of the Beirut blast

Public Health Alert: Meningococcal disease

Unlocking the power of offshore wind

Announcement of new Secretary of the Department of Industry, Science and Resources more

Australia to deepen partnership with the United States and Japan - as anger grows over China's launch of ballistic missiles

China's actions followed on from its fury over United States House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visiting Taiwan on her tour of Asia... more

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